Parts diagrams

Transfer Roller Guide Assembly (Figure 8-5) Transfer Roller Guide Assembly (Figure 8-5) Pick-up Roller Assembly (Figure 8-7) Control Panel PCA Assembly (Figure 8-5) Separation Guide Assembly (Figure 8-9) Separation Guide Assembly (Figure 8-9) Figure 8-3 Internal components (1 of 3) Figure 8-3 Internal components (1 of 3) Figure 8-5 Internal components (3 of 3) Figure 8-5 Internal components (3 of 3) Figure 8-6 DC Controller formatter and cables Figure 8-6 DC Controller formatter and cables

Back Cover

Laserjet Repair

1 Unplug the power cord and remove the parallel cable from the back of the printer. 3 Lift the Input Extender assembly. CAUTION You must lift the Input Extender when the covers are removed or it will break. After you have removed the covers, leave the Input Extender in this lifted position for ease of replacement. The Input Extender for the HP LaserJet 6L Pro differs from the one shown in the photo. It does not have the extra extender for legal-size paper. 4 Remove the (3) screws (Figure 6-2,...

Solenoid

2 On the left side of the printer, remove the paper pickup gear (Figure 6-21, callout 1) by pressing the tabs in the center of the gear outward and pulling the gear off (Figure 6-21). Figure 6-21 Solenoid removal (1 of 2) Figure 6-21 Solenoid removal (1 of 2) 3 Remove the Solenoid connector (J204) from the DC Controller (Figure 6-22, callout 1). 4 Remove the self-tapping screw that holds the Solenoid in place (Figure 6-22, callout 2). 5 Unthread the wires from the printer chassis. Figure 6-22...

Hewlett Packard

Figure 3-1 Self-test page for HP LaserJet 5L Figure 3-2 Self-test page for HP LaserJet 6L Figure 3-2 Self-test page for HP LaserJet 6L Figure 3-3 Self-test page for HP LaserJet 6L Pro Figure 3-3 Self-test page for HP LaserJet 6L Pro The self-test page lists the current printer configuration. (If any fonts have been downloaded to the printer a second page will print.) 1 Make sure the Ready (bottom) Light is on, and all other lights are off. Wake up the printer if necessary by pressing the...

Pickup Roller Assembly

Laserjet Pickup Roller Install

2 Remove the paper pickup gear (Figure 6-21). Note This gear is keyed to go on the shaft in only one way. 3 Remove the pickup roller grounding clip on the right of the printer by lifting each end of the clip up and over the two metal guides and sliding the clip off. Figure 6-23 depicts the clip from an HP LaserJet 5L. The clip from an HP LaserJet 6L (and some HP LaserJet 5Ls) is shaped differently. Figure 6-23 Pickup Roller Assembly removal (1 of 2) Figure 6-23 Pickup Roller Assembly removal (1...

DC Controller

2 Disconnect the motor connector from the motor (Figure 6-39, callout 1). 3 Disconnect the Solenoid connector from the DC Controller (Figure 6-22, callout 1). 4 Remove the back sheet metal plate and disconnect the PS202 PS204 connector (Figure 6-29). 5 Remove the AC Cable cover and disconnect the AC Cable from the DC Controller (Figures 6-13 and 6-14). 6 Tip the printer on its top, with the front facing you. 7 Remove the (4) screws (Figure 6-40, callout 1). On some models, one of the screws is...

Technical assistance

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Kick Plate

CAUTION Be careful working with the Kick Plate and Separation Pad. The spring underneath the Kick Plate may stay attached to the Kick Plate, but it is also likely to spring away from the Kick Plate. Place the spring aside for Separation Plate disassembly. 1 Remove the Printer Covers and the Pickup Roller Assembly (Figures 6-23 and 6-24). 2 Press the Separation Pad (Figure 6-31). Allow the Kick Plate to pivot upward (a spring underneath will push it up). Lift the Kick Plate off its mounting...

Service and error messages

Service errors prevent further printer operation until some action is taken. When there is a service error, all of the lights will turn on in a steady state. Press and hold the Control Panel Button to see a pattern in the lights. (The error will only be displayed as long as this button is pressed.) Use Table 7-4, Service and Error Messages, to identify what type of service error has occurred. Table 7-3 Service and error messages ROM RAM Error. An error was found with the ROM or RAM. The printer...